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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 5 August 1893

w THE &ATXJVTA.HT MORi-VIilVGfc OOXJRIEB-. II ill! IIS Nkw Yoiik, Auk. a, IKK); Couuir.it CorrosiMmdoneo.1- Of (Special, newness In production there 1h absolutely noth ing; the niotroHiliH Iiiib novur been duller Hum it 1b now and In my long experience I have never Been dear old Broadway im empty. Even (ho lieer biiIooiib near the Ulnlto arc deserted, and iih it only takes 5 ccntfl to Rtrut in them and talk about tho great BiiccesseB of paid seasons, It may bo imagined In what financial cm burriissmcnt 1h the big army ot phiyors. Preparation for next Benson Ih being pushed forward, but in a languid man ncr, and from all hIiIoh eomu tho doleful whispere of diBiiBterB that will uvor- whelm the next season. Tho reapon given why bo many companies begin early is that tho malingers arc broke and must go out quick or not at all. If thin bo true, many will return before tho snow llieB. Tho Btreetfl about this time are, how ever, ulways tilled with cioakcrB, and nono of them give an inte...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 5 August 1893

THE SATURDAY MORNING COURIER i hh B: V -JV IVfc 'i . ? ,7A V !., 'v V '( h ' r iniH .IwrkMin Wetrameit Home. Tho White Star liner Teutonic, which arrived at her dock hint week from Eng land, had on lmnril pugilist Peter Jack on, the heavyweight champion of Eng land and Australia. Peter waa dressed in a stunning ault of black English broadcloth, Prince Albert coat, n wltlo Piccadilly collar, ami russet shoos. Ho wore a high shining k hat, and carried an umbrella, sovornl exKnsivo canea and a largo grip. Voter wbh ac companied by Ainbroao Precco, a well known English Jockey, and ThomiiB Davis, whom ho mot for tho first timo on shipboard. "Parson" Davlea waa on hand to welcomo tho colorol pugilist, and tho party nt onco wont to tho Occl dental hotel. A press representative mot Jackson at tho hotel lato In tho afternoon and ac companied him to tho Grand Central depot, whoro tho party left on tho 0:10 o'clock limited express for Chicago. Peter looked tho picture of health, although hid f...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 12 August 1893

i Saturday Moaning Courier. J t VOLUME 8, NO. 36. UINGOLN, NHURASKA, SAtljRl)AYf AUGUST 2ffl893. I A, 2. PHIGIi FIVU GENTS It:' a :y j & . f ': .ttB ., Ay Mi jlfl 4 -vlj&A 1 'T ii I Jfsl ' i m fc i . nines is dull in Lincoln. Thcro in Knvlnir It. Hut llinrn la iiiitlilfur In (ho local situation to occasion nny nlurni, and on tho other hand thcro is much real encouragement to ho found in ox Isting conditions. A Coukikh Inter viewer was this week assured by a num ber of merchants that they nro doing as much business us they usually do in August, and thoso who report a fulling off stnto that iislightincreusowus notice ablo in tho lust few days. In very many cases dealers, particularly in groceries, i meats and drugs, havo adopted u cash basis, and whilo tho sales 'under this system nro not quite as largo us hereto fore, tho merchants havo tho satisfaction of receiving thoir money when it 1b duo. All merchant flhuvo curtuilrdcrodlts,nnd this of course, has hud its ofTeet on tho ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 12 August 1893

11 B TrnvrllliiRiiirn' rirnle. Tjlni'tiln l'urk was tho scono of n Inrgo Htln(i nnd 'ilcnle putty Batiirilnyjuftor- jsooli Hiul uvonlng rniii'KMHHlut truvollhiR tmtn Hint tholr families. Tliny went nut Wirly In tho nf toniHonS tukltiff with thmn TcrythtiiK noocwary to n touiitinK ro-'-punt which viih spread under thqllreos "nd Uhhwo(1 of at 0 o'clock. In tho evonltiK tHo company witnessed tho .perfornmnco of "Bald PiishiT ly tho Ideal Opera company. Among tlinso rmint woroi Messrs. antl Mesdnmes M.G.Orobo, T..T. Curtlss, W.O.Holl, M. A. Warren, h. W. Ciaruutto, T. Q. Love, K. Klllott, W. Nostrumo, H. J. CJullon, O. A. Robinson, I. F. llarphatn, J. 0. llarpham, A. F. Gors-woII, A. Pick jp, T. J. Usher, W. K. Harbor, T. K. Palmer, J. M. O'NolI, L. Mayor, II. h, 3Yiwno, II. T. Huckloy, J. I). Humphroy, Jj.W.Bnow, II. U, Rooks, Q. RndolllTo, Spencer, J. A. Sponcor, 0. II. Ellis, A. m. Counson, D. B. KeycB, 8. 8. Whit Ubr, W. II. Hated, J. T. Cnplos, It. H. "Clotting, M. 11. Van Horn, 0....

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 12 August 1893

"Fr$ -V THE mA1TJXtIA7Sr MORIVIIVQ COURIER i -i. Mil! Miss Joy Webster is visiting InSturgln, Mich. Miss Onu ImhotT invlflttin in Topckn, KitiiBim. Mr. F. C. Svncroflt wiih in TccntiiHoli Sunday. Mm. J. H. Mtinluy left for Denver Tuesday. Mr. K. S. Snyro left Tuesday for the world's fair. Mr. V, C. Sholofl him been 111 for pcveral ilayB. Mrs. J. E. Hill returned Thursday from Colorado. Mrs. 01 uy lirown is visiting hor roii at Grant, Nebr. Miss Mary Hymn is enjoying a visit at the world's fair. .Mr. L. 0. Burr returned Tuesday from Milwaukee Mr. Robert Gillcspio left hiBt week for Galveston Texas. Mr. J. H. Markell, of Omaha, was in the city this week. Miss L. Crow is enjoying n vacation at the world's fair. MissAnnlo Harr has returned from Minneapolis, linn. Mr. Robert Dorgun, of La Porto, Texas, is in thocity. Tho .MisBos Cowdory havo returned from tho Black Hills. Mrs. Ed Damn, of Omaha, was in tho city sovoral dajs this week. Mrs. S. G. Thomas and daughter Lutio are at Fort Coll...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 12 August 1893

!'! , ' . Vv, 1 t," n ' t !. !" 'f i$ - fft w hi SHHYiRNHIR PUHISHED SATURDAYS 1 Till COURIER PUBLISHING GO. TJWmmh., Js., PrftUlMl and Masai?. T, Meato Surra, BoorUrMdTraaturr. , I feaaMMOftWiaUMO Streak FkMM. Wmesssax. i !- in i r TIRMt OC UMORIr'TIONl hn OevanM, oa year, in advanea ..W.G0 Ota Months 1.00 lMa asoBtbi.. ...... K OOrtrlMPONDINOI. Oaatoloatloaa ami 1 commnn'atlpaa rata. to nam anu editorial manor anouia m an- it to tne editor. ulnnM tatters anil remittances ahonld aadrWraedto ThICoubirr I'uaLtanrMo Co., fifT' . Nth Draft, chwks and poatofllcri Siau anonM b wada payablo to Ota ordor of M eewpany. TUB OOUIUKH PUBUSMtMO CO. W. M9RT0N SMITH, fMTOft. 25C. -THE- SATURDAYMORNINfiGOURIER 'Will tUo aunt to raray aacldrvaaa FOR -FOR- IB U Ttalas las trim offp rtnd vlll tj -wltlriraw- ajtt. 256. A lUMAI'I'OlNTMKNT. Probably no mefwogo over sent by nny president to congress was awaited with moro gonulno Intercut thnn tlint trans mitted by President Clovoland on Turn dny,nnd It I...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 12 August 1893

Mi VM ,w y?Y 1 '1F (St5, f- C"." ' CM .' , it '$M r f . ?y- fife' -US T f A r fat' Eyriiif.i-. J . J - f .y : i 4 T fc . A - ? y w M ' ' ' ,'J ' 'WTf' v u ww Washinoton, Auk. 9, 1891 Special CouitiF.u CorrcBiMindonte. Luttorly N conBlilcrnblo tlisciiBsion hue ensued con cerning heredity in Bcrvieo in tho Iioubo of rcpreBontntieH, citing instanccB whoro son hns Bucccoded futhcr in tho houso, Biich an in tho ciibcb of young Mr. Prico, of Wisconsin, chosen to Biicceed his father, William T. Trico, who died nhortly of tor tho oxpirationof tho Forty ninth congress; S. M. Ilohortson, of Louisiana, elected to nucceed his futhor, E. W. Robertson, who died during tho Fiftieth congress; also John C. Houk, who was elected to till tho vacancy created by tho death of hid father, L. C. Houk, of TonneBBco, ponding tho Fifty first concreBB. and who, as in tho cubo of Mr. Robertson, of Louisiana, has been successively ro elected, and is a member of tho Fifty-third congresB. This dis cussion was occa...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 12 August 1893

I. .M 1"! r1 I1,. t r. 1 V. V "4 "( , r M hr- IK hi 7 wag A blow from tho outsldo was tho only NMWBM. Shot's right!'' shouted IkrfM a second Mow caused tlio door (o npring on it Mngea. f'Tlio sooner yo mnko n lioln through thet partition, the mora likely I am to reach yol" He ennilmMrcd tho remark by draw ing tho slldo and rilvchnrging lil.i revolver through the aperture. A yoll imd n and 4en hurtling of feet without greeted the hot. For tlmo all was quiet. Mosely drew the alido again and reconnoitorod. The twiltWM npporently not HiiHnfactory. He snapped tho catch back nuddonly and turned sharply upon Iluinly Jim. "It's Jest ei I reckoned," ho wild qulot It. "They're comin back ngin, nnd thin time they've got ft timber with 'cm, and tbet door ia goin in. I reckon wo'll make dWiaion of forces." Be drew the bolU on tho inner door a Cull him," ho whispered. Uumly Jim complied. A second later Brace atepped through the opening. Th taputy grasped hU, revolvers and disap peared within. Ike...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 12 August 1893

T7W1 : cc ., 4 It .- ii . yt Vr" i 8H& lntl, IM, . AmiTAN c. fUtUSHIB A blow from tho outaldo was tho only Ntpome. rrhot'i right!" shouted Iko m a second Mow caused tho door to spring on Its Mages. ''The sooner ye inako n holo through thot partition, tho moro likely I am to reach yc!" He emphaMxcd tho remark by draw ing the slldo and discharging his revolver through the nurture. A yell and nnud 4m shuffling of feet without greeted the hot. For time all was qnlot. Mosely drew Ike slldo again and roconnoltored. Tlie result was apparently not satisfactory. He mapped tho catch back suddenly and tamed sharply uihu Iluinly Jim. "It'sjest ea I reckoned," ho aaidquiot ly. "They're comin back ngin, and thin WM they've got a timber with 'em, and wet door is goln in. I reckon we'll make division of forcea." He drew the bolt pa the inner door an kg gnftWa Call him," he whispered. Humly Jim complied. A second later Brace atepped tlirough the opening. Th deputy grasped his, revolvers and disa...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 12 August 1893

BBK1MP1PBIBWBIWBBBBB. ,Yt, 4METO (iATUHDAY akfORS?IS? COURIEDl HUH Nkw YonK, Aug. 10, 180.1;-lSpodal Coukikk Cornmioii(lonco.Thcatrlcal matters uro nt low olib in Now York, although many uuiniurcrH nro actively preparing (or next season's campaign. "Tho Prodigal Daughtur" In to bo con tinued indefinitely nt tho American theatre; Do Wolt Hopper jn "I'nnjan drum" remains at tho Broadway until September .', and Is to bo followed by Francis Wilson In "Ermlno." Roof gar den vaudovillo will run all summer nt tho Casino nftor which u now comic, opora, "Tho Rainmaker ot Syria" will be prosontod. Henry B. Abboy'H now thoatro will bo dedicated by Honry Irving in November, and tho recon structed Park Thoatro Is to bo opened by Hyde and Dohmnn early in Sept ember with William Barry bb tho first attraction. RusboI's Comedians in tho "World's Fair City Directory" Btart tho regular season at tho Bijou Theatre, Sopt. 4, and tho "Now South" Is under contract to roopon tho Fourteenth Street Thentro o...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 12 August 1893

" Tey BBtomrn '7r a ,5rjn r nik h vriinrr Him Nkw York, Auk. ! 18ttl;-lScclii GouKir.R Corrcfioi)(lonco. Thcutrlcnl mattora nro at low ebb In Now York, although many innnugorB aro actively preparing for noxt bouboh'b campaign. "Tho Prodigal Daughter" in to bo con tinued indefinitely at tho American theatre; Do Wolf Hopper Jn "Pnnjun drum" remains at tho Broadway until September .', and is to bo followed by Francis Wilson in "Ermlno." Hoof gar den vaudevlllo will run all summer at tho Casino after which u now comic, opora, "Tho Rainmaker of Syria'" will be presented. Henry B. Abbey's now thoatro will bo dedicated by Henry Irving in November, and tho ro-con-structed Park Thoatro is to bo openod byHydoand Bohman early in Sept ember with William Barry rb tho first attraction. Russol's Comodlans in tho "World's Fair City Directory" start tho regular season at tho Bijou Theatrd, Sept. 4, and tho "Now South" Ib undor contract to rcopon tho Fourteenth Street Thoatro on August 14. Edward B. ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 12 August 1893

"V fe - ftp IX K Bin fk ? Clv K - h ii .1 if IWMCT Conky Island, N. Y., Allg. 7, (Bpo la) Oourikm OoTrearKndonce.l(leorRo Plxou, of Boston, thn young man with the cafo an lalt complexion, .ovorlast Ingly walloped Eddie Pierce, of Now York, at the Coney Inland Athlotto club this evening. Some how or other tho Impression got abroad that Dixon, after defeating Nunc Wallace, of England) Aim Willis, of Australia, and Cad McCarthy, of tho United States; would lay down traforo Pierce, who slnoo hla alleged draw with JSlddona haa done nothing In tho realm of Hatlctifie. ,But the colored boy, notwithstanding all that haa been said alwlit hla Im paired physical powera,nallcdJnto Plorco like a thousand of brick and won hla 96,000 aa eaay m you pleaeo. There waaagrsatcrowd-noatly 10,000 people. Jim Corbett and Manager Brady and scad of the puglllatlc and porting big wig were there. At 0:30, after the Murphy-MoBrMe skirmish, Tom O'Rourke wade hla ap pearance, and atepplng on hla heela waa George...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 19 August 1893

Saturday Motn ing Courier. VOLUME 8, NO. 37. MNGOLN, NKBRASKA, SATURDAY, AUGUST, 19, 1893. PRI6B FIVH GENTS, I 1 DEPRESSION Tho norrifcwhnt rnmnrkublo rain of Monday and Tuesday hml n torn- Iporarlly depressing effect on the rotnU 'trade In thto city; but it won followed by 'it feeling of onso and greater conlldonco in tho crop prospect that qulto nuido up fcr tHo loss of two day's busineBB. Tho rain, which ncemcd to bo pretty general 'Ctoflt -of Hastings, camo in tiiuo to save many a corn Hold. It could havo dono more-good if it had como a couplo of ' weeks" Boonor, but as it was, it was of in- 'caTctllnblo bonoilt. It is very generally admitted now, ex- 'cept by a few chronic croakora who 'woiild grumble In paradise and Jlnd fault 'wlih perfection, that tho crops this year 'will avcrago up very well. There arc 'some bad siotfl, it is true; but there always are. In tho eastern part of tho state, for instance between Lincoln and Omaha there are a good many corn Holds that presented ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 19 August 1893

THB SATURDAY MORNING COURIER R4 !fv O I VlriKMit NurirW I'nrly. Mr. mill Mm. L. W. Terry were greatly surprised on their return from an cast. crn trip and llt to thn world's IiihI Fr. day evening, to llml tluit nbqut sixty of tholr Mends In tho Unstl.lneoln Baptist chtirch liml made preparations towel emtio their return home. Tlmy assembled nt the home of Mr. V, W. Speneer neiir by, mul ill 8:.'0 proceeded In n Intdy to the house, where the evening was spent in social concrsntlnn. Tempting re freshments were served, and the evening passed very pleasantly to nil present. Open Variy. Misses Miuiil mul Grace Oakloy Have a delightful opera party at Lincoln park TlttirHilay ou'iilng in honor of Miss Wordoti of Omaha. After the opera the joung hostesses nerved delightful refreshments The participant woro: Misses Worden of Omaha, Sehn Case, Kthel Hooper, Grace Burr, Mario Marshall. Luoy Grilllth; Messrs. Harry Lansing, Boss CurtlH, Guy Hurllnit, Wll win, Winger, Frank Kitchen, Arthur Wnlsh...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 19 August 1893

w, THE SATURDAY MOKtLtflJtfC COURIER a u Hi k t THE Rust (hum. Bank. 0 AND TENTH STREETS. Capital, $400,000. Surplus, $100,000. OIFICKltSi E. 8. ITarwood, President. , tJiua. A. Hanna, Vice President. F. M. Cook, Caviller. 11. 8. LtrriNcoTT, Aslstnnt Cashier. II. 8. I'beeMAN. ArsMunt Cashier. I LINCOLN, NEB. CAPITAL, $250,000.00. Orncrr ii ml Ulrrctor. John R. Whioht, 1'rrslrtcnt. T. K. Hankkbh, Vice I'rcsldout. J. It. Mct'LAT, Caviller. F. E. Johnson, 11,1'. Lnu, Thos. Cochran, E. H. Slier, T. W. Lowrcy, W.L.Dnjton. General Banking. Business Transacted. Collections a Specialty. LINCOLN, NEB. CAPITAL, $100,000.00. SURPLUS, $20,000.00. JOSEPU BOEIIMER, Prcs. HERMAN H. SCHABERQ, V. Pre. CHAS. E. WAITE, Cashier. GEO. H. SCHWAKE, Asst. Cashier. B per cent on Deposits Paid at the) WNCOIN Savings Baxxlt AND 8AFE DEPOSIT CO. Cor. F and EloTontb SU . The only Safe Deposit Vaults in Lincoln DIRECTORS. N. 8. Harwood. N.C.Hroek. .. Wni. McLaughlin. W. A. Bollock. C.T.Boggs. O. W. Webster. Albe...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 19 August 1893

J s k' ,H " SHYIMIIR PU1LI8HED SATURDAYS BT TBB COURIER PUBLISHING 60. CWmul, Jr., W. Mmtom Smith, President and Manager. Secretary sad Treasurer. aainesa OAce 1194 O Street. Phone 2U. TIRMI OP aUMORIfTIONl Tn Oovbibb, ae rear, la adaacs 16.00 Ms Months 1X0 HhmcUm.. BO OORRMPOND-NOI. OentrlbntloBl and nil eo-mnn'atlona rela. Ira to news and e il iewa and niitnriai matter auouiu oe su- MM I TOUIO II ImalnnM 11 II. To the editor. , . . .. eineee letters ana remittances snonni "--I-"--" " . ".." " . - M tO '1MB UOUBIBB 1'UBLISHIKO. IO., u.. lt..h -ft....!... .! .nm.- i should bo made payauio to ma owe: Hi tlVW AIlll Blll'VW UVWMIMIVI or of fin i company. THE COURIER r.BUBHIR- CD. W. MORTON IMITH, t-tTO. 25C. -THE- 'Will aient to fBBBr VBCCtSSiB pMmxee VIoxtlr.s -roR- rrimlBB las cm trim iftai etaac. -will t "MVitiBttriBxvn. -- 2 5 6. The govermcutal Hpoct ot tho tlnan. oitJ situation la thus vividly photo i graphed by tho plain apokon Now York .Sim: "A moro aerioua cause for anxiety ia...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 19 August 1893

. L fe Til f . K ;fj o MiAAXt OP I 3 ft. by 6 ft., $4.00. 30 in. Rugs, 2.75, 26 in. Rugs, 2.00. SPECIAL SALE I JUTi RUGS. 3 ft. by 18 in., 25c each. - 2 ft. by 4 1-2 ft., 50c. .' , ' f '' ,i - - .4 (Continued from Eighth Page'( heart was utmost broken when ho was defeated by Fitzsimmons. IIo brooded over this for months, und likewise ho is now brooding over tho opinion which It is claimed tho sports in tho oust have of him. Tho result is thui his mind has becomo temporarily unhinged, and ho is now at St. Joseph's hospital undergoing treat ment. IIo bus been thoro sinco Monday and is pursued by the idea that his friends, or Bomo of thorn, aro trying to make away with him. Other vagaries also run in his mind, and it will requiro perfect rest to struightenout tho tangles in his brain. Tho house physician at St. Josoph's thinks that eventually Dempsoy will bo all right again; but for a timo it looked rather serious. Dompscy has been drinking hard over sinco ho has been in Portland, wher...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 19 August 1893

. M 1) I " & -,-- t ay 'mow siny. WnaiHtt, !, T D, mi?ON o. mmiidii T tMeiil, JlttKIIVtKt WITH VMtM. CHAPTER XIV. The sito of tho town of Oskaloo vrna largely rcsponsiblo. for tliu unfortunate reputation of its Inhabitants. Its mir rflnmlingn vrcro mnlnrlnl. Tho vIHmko lay In a low, marshy district, encircled oo thm sides by stagnant stream, A (tamp, offensive, dcproMltiir mint crept in At evening, to brood nliovo it silent streets and distribute fever nml njrtio with a generous hand. Tho only avenuo or eecapo rrom this piaguo InreBtwl cm-de-sao was tho trail road which led nn devlatlngly out of town to tho prairie Sad hills toyond. It was thoroforo With A feeling of misgiving that tho wary travclor descended It. A similar se ntiment prompted sojourner in that "happy rnlloy" to docornto trees and bowlders by tho wayside with warning placards and inscriptions. "Sacred to the Memory of Blank's Pills" was tho fly lag testimony of ono unfortunate. Perhaps it was In connequenco of th...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 19 August 1893

THE SATURDAY ABORNING COURIER $, t I: .'.Jf m .i . u: i lo t THE DEPRESSION. (Cif7ine fitom First Page.) upward ntnl price another full, desperately KgrrivntlnK Instead of nlluvlntltig thelitis! now depreMlon. K. Uk:;j. Andhkwb. Providence 1'rom Ixlilor Strain, llnnkrr, w York. Money lias been dlnicitlt to otitnln even at tlio exorbitant rate wlilcluinvo prevailed during the pint hIx week. A year ago it wn n elrujr In tlio market at 8 per cent per ntinnni; recently it com manded am high as TO per cent per nnmmi, and it was inoru readily procurablont the former than at the latter rate. There h approximately ns much money In the coun try today as there was n year nKO. Then why has its valuo beenmo co much enhanced? Confidence in slinkrn, people have become alarmed, and the vehicle v hlch carries nine tenths of the commerce credit lias in con sequence been weakened, curtailed. What is the cniiso of the. commotion? Many believe that the purcliiwInK clause oi tho no calkd Sherman act is ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning courier. — 19 August 1893

1 f M K" IV A n j T '' a o 1 1 ! lEi Willi HoBf,lNt.,A. 1. IHtwslnl Couaiaa Cor-tja)ondcnee.l-Nearly,OUOpeoploerowdedlnin i arena of Iho, Columbian Allilctlo eluti Inil tight tawrtntM what proved to bo a very lively tattle between Dun Creedon mid Alexander The middleweight fought for a purse of Creedon tripped Into the ring at exactly 10 o'doek. lrcgaln wasn't far behind, anil I never mw pair of fighter In better condition. They shook hand, nnd Creedon winning tlio teas, ehoM tho northeast corner, regarded aa the lucky position. The battle opcuedwlth somo pretty sparring. The fighter wero anxlmu-n bit too anxious, Creedon got ambition with lilt rllit and fell m hie knees. Ha got up In In tlmo to fool tiremtatna' left and right-nice, easy touches. In the opening of the tocoml round flreggaln ran away from Creodon'a rllit and eulit masher from lib ntmUti left. Then tlio mm (ribbed each other In loving embrace. (Iraagaln ahot out hli right and left, nd they took effect on Creodon'i fac...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Courier
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